OB Community Plan Goes Before San Diego City Council on Nov. 9th

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OBceans who attended the Calif Coastal Commission hearing on the OB Community Plan held at the Chula Vista Council Chambers. A hot day – Aug. 13, 2015. Photo by Frank Gormlie

It’s been announced at several Ocean Beach group meetings, and again at last night’s OB Town Council meeting.

The Ocean Beach Community Plan goes to the San Diego City Council on Monday, November 9th, for hopefully it’s final approval.

The hearing is in Council Chambers in City Hall at 2:00 p.m.

OBceans are being urged to attend – and wear blue shirts – and particularly the t-shirt emblazoned with:
“Keep the OBcean attitude” .

John Ambert – chair of the OB Planning Board – made the announcement at the OBTC meeting.

The Community Plan Update had been initially approved by the City Council back in July 2014, but it wasn’t until August 13th this year was it given authority by the California Coastal Commission. And now the City Council needs to ratify the changes the Coastal Commission made to the Plan.

So, now community leaders are rallying the troops once again – to demonstrate a strong sign of wide-spread support for the Community Plan and the new modifications to the City Council.  The color blue was chosen back during the summer of 2014 as the color of solidarity with the Plan.

The Council Chambers are on the 10th floor, City Hall, 202 “C” Street.

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